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Institute of Dynamics and Vibration Research (IDS)

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The Institute of Dynamics and Vibration Research (IDS) is dealing with research and development issues, being the key aspects of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. At IDS, there are four groups:
1. dynamics of rotating machinery,
2. elastomer friction and contact mechanics,
3. adaptronic systems and
4. piezoelectric and ultrasound technology
Joining elements are the modeling, simulation and experimental investigation of vibration-related problems and dynamic phenomena. Possible applications range from components in the field of automotive and aircraft engineering, e.g. tires, sealing elements, headlights, assistance systems and engines, components of the energy sector like oil drill strings, stationary gas and steam turbines, towards machine tools and ultrasound-based conveyor, welding and process technology and energy harvesting.
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28 Feb

Aerosol-based additive manufacturing technology

Integrated Deposition Solutions discuss their aerosol-based technology: Nanojet
26 Sep

Powercast ships PowerSpot power-over-distance wireless transmitter

Powercast Corporation announced that it has begun shipping its three-watt, Bluetooth®-approved PowerSpot® transmitter which is the industry's first that works in the far field (up to 80 feet) to charge multiple consumer devices over the air - no charging mats needed.
25 Sep

All EV batteries born after August 2018 in China will have unique IDs

The end-of-life issue of electric vehicle batteries is a key topic in the sustainability of EVs. By 2029, there will be 3 million used battery packs coming out of EVs per year which amounts to around 108GWh available storage capacity (see the IDTechEx's latest report on Second-life Electric Vehicle Batteries). What will happen to this huge amount of retired car batteries?
2 Jul

Automatica 2018 Update

IDTechEx recently visited Automatica 2018 in Munich. This is the largest biannual automation event in Europe. At this show IDTechEx focused on three trends: collaborative robotic arms, mobile robots, and various associated sensors. In this article, we provide a review of various company highlights.
16 Feb

Chinese police use facial recognition glasses

Chinese police are using facial recognition software combined with advanced optics and networking to recognise suspects even in crowded subways and shopping malls.
16 Jan

Novarum DX

Technology Analyst Dr Laura Baers spoke with Dr Niall McLaren, Business Development Manager at Novarum DX, about their mobile reader solution for turning smartphones into diagnostic tools and the increasing importance of connectivity in the diagnostics market.
10 May

Applying Self-Resonating Behaviour On Energy Harvesting For Enhanced Output Power And Wide Bandwidth

Institute of Dynamics and Vibration Research (IDS), Germany
29 Jun

Xerox printed memory product featuring Thinfilm's technology

Manufactured via a printing process, Xerox® Printed Memory adds low-cost intelligence to objects or packaging by printing thin circuitry on a flexible substrate.
29 Jun

Thinfilm launches printed memory for secure documents

Thinfilm launches printed memory for secure documents and high-volume consumer applications. Thin Film Electronics have launched the Thinfilm Passive Array Memory, a fully printed non-volatile rewriteable memory suitable for secure documents. The capacity is doubled compared to Thinfilm's standard memory.
22 Jul

Real Time Locating Systems Using Passive Tags - High Volume RTLS?

Passive radar is a term applied to radar that covertly employs other people's emissions as they reveal targets, no signal being emitted by those doing the covert detection. This has military uses. It is not to be confused with Real Time Locating System RTLS using passive tags, a new form of RFID-based RTLS that has burst onto the scene in 2008. This employs passive tags instead of the traditional active tags. The idea is actually about ten years old and it was mooted as a UHF system by Trolleyscan who called it RFID Radar and demonstrated by RFSAW, which uses Surface Acoustic Wave chips that are more sensitive and simpler to make than the silicon chips used by everyone else - active and passive.
10 Sep

Revelations from the world's largest RFID database